Lella Warren has earned a justified reputation as one of the pioneer women writers of the South. Her magnum opus, Foundation Stone, which chronicles the saga of a family in nineteenth-century Alabama, was once compared in its scope and epic propo rtions to Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind. She lived most of her life in the Washington, D.C., area, although she was born in Alabama.
The editor, Nancy Anderson, is Professor of English at Auburn University in Montgomery, Alabama.Review:
These insightful chapter from Lella Warren's unpublished work make readers grieve all the more that she never completed the Whetstone saga. -- Kathryn Tucker Windham
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